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Latest ObservationsLatest Forecast
Station 42001
25° 53.8' N 89° 40.1' W

4:10 pm CST
2210 GMT 11/23/17
Wind: NNW (340°), 17.5 kt
Gust: 21.4 kt
Pres: 29.94
Air Temp: 70.9 °F
Water Temp: 81.3 °F
Dew Point: 56.5 °F

Wave Summary
3:40 pm CST
2100 GMT 11/23/17
Swell: 0.0 ft
Wind Wave: 8.5 ft
Period: 8.3 sec
Direction: NNE

Marine Forecast for 420013:32 PM Thursday November 23.synopsis, a cold front extends from a 1009 mb low centered near29 north83 west to the yucatan peninsula near 21 north89 west. the low will moveinto the southwest north atlc and cause the associated cold front to exit thesoutheast gulf friday night. fresh to strong winds and northwest swell behind thefront will begin to gradually diminish and subside across thegulf on friday and saturday as the front exits the area, and as highpressure builds across the region. the next cold front may moveinto the northwest gulf tuesday night.